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    [size size=150]Audi presenta un nuevo 3.0 V6 TDi Euro6[/size]
    Dispone de 2 versiones, de 218 y 272cv y hasta 600Nm

    Nota de prensa, en inglés
    Power and efficiency: Audi presents new 3.0 TDI at Vienna Motor Symposium

    – New three-liter V6 as “clean diesel” and Euro 6 classification
    – Two versions with 160 kW (218 hp) and 200 kW (272 hp)
    – 13 ultra models with extremely low fuel consumption in the Audi lineup

    New generation of the Audi V6 TDI with 160 kW (218 hp) and 200 kW (272 hp)

    More powerful, more efficient and cleaner than ever: Audi presents the latest generation of its 3.0 TDI engine at the 35th International Vienna Motor Symposium May 8 and 9. The V6 diesel boasts innovative solutions in many fields of technology.

    As Prof. Rupert Stadler, Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI AG, explains: “TDI engines are a central part of our technology mix for the mobility of tomorrow. We have continued to perfect this technology over several decades and believe there is still potential for increasingy efficiency in the future too.”

    “The new 3.0 TDI substantiates our claim as the leader in diesel technology,” said Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg, Member of the Board of Management of AUDI AG, Technical Development. “We have led the competition ever since the first TDI engine 25 years ago, and are constantly extending this lead with new ideas.”

    Audi offers the exhaust turbocharged V6 in two versions producing 160 kW (218 hp) and 200 kW (272 hp). It features a 90?degree cylinder bank angle and a displacement of 2,967 cc. Peak torque is as much as 600 Nm (442.5 lb-ft) depending on the model. Although the new 3.0 TDI is significantly more powerful than its predecessor, it is – again depending on the model – as much as 13 percent more fuel efficient.

    The new V6 diesel is packed with numerous high?end features. The piston rings and pins have been optimized for minimal friction. The crankcase and the newly designed cylinder heads have separate coolant loops. The updated, innovative thermal management system improves efficiency even further. The turbocharger and the fully variable?load oil pump have also been updated. For the first time in automotive history, a NOx storage catalytic converter has been combined with a diesel particulate filter and SCR injection in a single assembly.

    The exhaust gas after?treatment integrated into the engine package satisfies the most stringent of emissions legislation, including the Euro 6 standard. It also reduces CO2 emissions by an average of 15 grams (24.1 g/mi). This improvement earns the 3.0 TDI the “clean diesel” suffix.

    The Audi lineup offers a broad choice of diesel engines with four, six and eight cylinders. It begins with the 1.6 TDI, includes the 2.0 TDI and 3.0 TDI, and tops out with the 4.2 TDI producing 283 kW (385 hp) and 850 Nm (626.9 lb?ft) of torque in the Audi A8 [7.4 l/100 km (31.8 US mpg), 194 g CO2 per km (312.2 g/mi)]. All of these engines combine ample power with groundbreaking efficiency, particularly in the 13 ultra models currently available. The Audi A4 1.6 TDI ultra, for example, consumes on average just 3.2 liters of fuel per 100 kilometres (73.5 US mpg) [85 grams CO2 per km (136.8 g/mi)]. These same figures for the A4 2.0 TDI ultra are 4.0 liters per 100 kilometres (58.8 US mpg) [104 grams CO2 per km (167.4 g/mi)] and for the A6 2.0 TDI ultra with S tronic 4.4 liters per 100 kilometres (53.5 US mpg) [114 grams CO2 per km (183.5 g/mi)].

    Audi continues to honor a small tradition with the presentation of the new 3.0 TDI engine at the 35th International Vienna Motor Symposium taking place May 8 and 9 at the Congress Center Hofburg. The company presented its five?cylinder TFSI engine here in 2009 and in 2010 the (at that time) new 3.0 TDI. The premieres of the 3.0 TDI biturbo and the new 1.8 TFSI followed in 2011. Audi presented the 4.0 TFSI in 2012, and the company first presented the V6 TDI for the Audi R18 e?tron quattro race car to the public at the 2013 Vienna Motor Symposium.

    “The Vienna Motor Symposium offers us an excellent stage for our technologies,” said Dr. Stefan Knirsch, Head of Engine Development. “We can present our innovations and discuss them here with experts from all around the world.” Besides the new 3.0 TDI, Audi is also presenting another innovation in Vienna: a new seven-speed dual?clutch transmission for models with longitudinal engines and front?wheel drive. The latest-generation S tronic is extremely sporty, yet very comfortable. The newly developed dual-clutch transmission impresses with its high efficiency, reducing CO2 emissions by as much as 10 grams per kilometer (16.1 g/mi).


    No usa AdBlue no?


    [quote quote=»MACAUDI»]No usa AdBlue no?[/quote]
    ¿Es el SCR? En ese caso lo lleva


    Detalles de la caja de cambios de 10 velocidades:
    – Para motores longitudinales y transversales
    – Tanto trasera comoo total
    – Soporta hasta 500Nm de par


    estaría bien que en secuencial pudiese saltar marchas fácilmente, porque sinó será un peñazo usarlo.


    [quote quote=»xavimk3″]estaría bien que en secuencial pudiese saltar marchas fácilmente, porque sinó será un peñazo usarlo.[/quote]
    Pues si, porque si no se está mas tiempo cambiando que en la marcha.
    Veremos a ver como funciona, pero incluso en modo automatico supongo que irá saltando relaciones en las marchas cortas para llegar a las mas altas lo mas rapido posible
    Aunque, viendolo asi, no entenderia tantas marchas si va saltandose alguna que otra…


    El único sentido a un número tan alto de marchas es a que el motor trabaje en el rango de mayor rendimiento, que será de entre 1500-2000 vueltas; dando el mayor torque obteniendo el menor consumo posible.

    El modo Sport con tanta marcha debe ser bestial.


    [size size=150]Nuevo motor 2.0 TDi biturb[/size]o
    – 240cv y 500Nm
    – presentado en el Passat. Solo con un nuevo DSG7 y tracción 4Motion



    Acabo de ver en el telediario que el SUV de Seat va para Chequia. Duro golpe para las políticas del gobierno de devaluación interna porque ni con esas.


    El mismo Jurgen lo declara, tienen capacidad ociosa y un costo laboral muy inferior al de España. Nada ilógico que lo hagan en Kvasiny.
    Lo mejor y ya era hora, es que Seat tenga el dichoso SUV.


    Audi usará muelles nuevos muelles mas ligeros
    Segun dicen, parece una especie de polimeros reforzados de fibra de vidrio. En teoria, los nuevos muelles reducirian un 40% el peso. Es decir, a igualdad de propiedades, seria 1.6kg mas ligero que unos metalicos (2.7kg)

    nota de prensa, en inglés
    Audi bringing new lightweight springs to production models

    – Suspension springs of glass fiber-reinforced polymer instead of steel
    – For more precise driving: 40 percent weight savings
    – Market launch in fall 2014

    Audi is reinforcing its leading role in automotive lightweight construction. The company is introducing new, lightweight suspension springs made of glass fiber-reinforced polymer (GFRP) in an upper mid-size model before the end of the year.
    The GFRP spring, which Audi developed in collaboration with an Italian supplier, even looks different than a steel spring. It is light green, the fiber strand is thicker than the wire of a steel spring, and it has a slightly larger overall diameter with a lower number of coils. Most importantly, however, it is some 40 percent lighter. Whereas a steel spring for an upper mid-size model weighs nearly 2.7 kilograms (6.0 lb), a GFRP spring with the same properties weighs just approximately 1.6 kilograms (3.5 lb). Together the four GFRP springs thus reduce the weight by roughly 4.4 kilograms (9.7 lb), half of which pertains to the unsprung mass. “The GFRP springs save weight at a crucial location in the chassis system. We are therefore making driving more precise and enhancing vibrational comfort,” said Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg, Member of the Board of Management for Technical Development at AUDI AG.

    The core of the springs consists of long glass fibers twisted together and impregnated with epoxy resin. A machine wraps additional fibers around this core — which is only a few millimeters in diameter — at alternating angles of plus and minus 45 degrees to the longitudinal axis. These tension and compression plies mutually support one another to optimally absorb the stresses acting on the component. In the last production step, the blank is cured in an oven at temperatures of over 100 degrees Celsius.

    The GFRP springs can be precisely tuned to their respective task, and the material exhibits outstanding properties. It does not corrode, even after stone chipping, and is impervious to chemicals such as wheel cleaners. Last but not least, production requires far less energy than the production of steel springs.


    Con lo quebradizo que es el vidrio??
    No me convence ni lo más absoluto


    El Megane RS 275 Trophy-R lleva una suspensión similar…


    [size size=150]Volkswagen nuevo motor 1.0 TSI[/size]

    Dejo el enlace

    Vía :


    – En el VW Polo dispondrá de 95 y 110cv, y 160 Nm y 200Nm de par respectivamente
    – En el VW Golf dispondrá de 115cv y 200Nm

    Supongo que luego irá parando por los demás hermanos de marca.
    Y, aunque no apuesto nada 😀, seguro que una versión de 90 o 95cv termina en el vano del Golf jeje. Con peso bajo y esa potencia, no me parece inframotorizado


    Vaticano for rent: El Papa alquila la Capilla Sixtina a Porsche para su fiesta corporativa.

    El Papa Francisco ha autorizado que la empresa Porsche organice su fiesta corporativa en la famosa Capilla Sixtina del Vaticano, informa ‘The Telegraph’. Durante el evento tendrá lugar un concierto benéfico, cuyo beneficios irían supuestamente destinados a personas sin techo.

    La fiesta, que tendrá lugar en medio del esplendor de los frescos de Miguel Ángel, contará además con la presencia de un selecto grupo de unos 40 turistas VIP.

    El Vaticano no anunció cuánto va a ganar por ceder a Porsche la Capilla Sixtina, si bien se ha sabido que la gira de cinco días por Roma, organizada por el Porsche Travel Club y anunciada en su web, tiene un coste de 5.000 euros por cabeza, lo que permitirá a la empresa automovilística recaudar unos 200.000 euros.

    Por su parte, el concierto será interpretado por un coro de la Accademia di Santa Cecilia de Roma, que remonta sus orígenes al siglo XVI. “Es un evento único y una oportunidad única en-la-vida”, señaló un portavoz de Porsche Travel Club. “Será el punto culminante del viaje”, añadió.

    Poco después de ser elegido Papa en marzo del año pasado, Francisco I pidió una “Iglesia pobre para los pobres”. Dijo entonces estar dispuesto a destinar los incomparables tesoros del patrimonio cultural del Vaticano para el beneficio de los más necesitados. Lo que no aclaró fue la forma en que lo haría. Hoy al fin se ha sabido.

    “Esta iniciativa está dirigida a grandes empresas que, mediante el pago de una cuota, pueden contribuir a las pretensiones caritativas del Papa”, señaló por su parte monseñor Paolo Nicolini, director administrativo de los Museos del Vaticano.

    Se trata de la primera vez que la Capilla Sixtina del Vaticano, construida entre 1473 y 1484 bajo el Papado ed Sixto IV, será alquilada a una empresa para un evento comercial. El Vaticano no ha aclarado si tiene previsto establecer a corto plazo acuerdos similares con otras multinacionales.

    Sin embargo este acuerdo de ocupación comercial, fuentes vaticanas han expresado en los últimos meses su procupación ante el elevado número de visitantes que registra la Capilla Sixtina, lo que, según advertían, suponía un serio riesgo para su incalculable patrimonio artístico. Tal vez la alternativa del Papa Bergoglio sea la de reemplazar a los turistas por ejecutivos de alto standing.

    La capilla ha sido equipada con nuevos sistemas de iluminación y climatización, que están diseñados para reducir el daño a los frescos más delicados.


    Volkswagen presenta, entre otras cosas, una caja DSG de 10 velocidades, un motor 2.0 TDi biturbo y nuevo hardware y software

    Volkswagen ha desvelado en una presentación técnica en Wolfsburgo una nueva versión del 4 cilindros 2.0 TDI que sube hasta los 270 CV. Se trata de una evolución del actual motor tipo EA288 y que conforma una parte importante de la gama del fabricante alemán.

    El nuevo motor será clave, según Volkswagen, para poder cumplir con las normas de emisiones de CO2 al horizonte 2020. Con respecto al actual TDI 240 CV que podemos ver en la gama de Volkswagen, esta evolución representa una mejora del 14 % en potencia y en consumo.

    Algunas de los elementos destacables de los que dispone este motor son: un turbo eléctrico de dos etapas, una válvula piezoeléctrico para la inyección por conducto común que funciona hasta presiones de 2.500 bares y una nueva distribución variable.

    Este nuevo motor eroga casi 10 CV más que el actual V6 3.0 TDI que equipa el Touareg actualmente. Volkswagen no ha desvelado el par máximo, sin embargo se rumorea que rondaría los 500 Nm.

    Además del nuevo motor, Volkswagen presentó una nueva caja de cambios DSG de 10 velocidades. Al igual que los nuevos motores del grupo, este cambio formará parte de la arsenal de Volkswagen para reducir la media de emisiones de CO2 de su gama.

    Este cambio tipo DQ511 es capaz de transmitir un par motor máximo de 550 Nm y puede asociarse a una amplia gama de motores del grupo VAG, incluido el nuevo 2.0 TDI de 270 CV. Una de las funciones asociadas a este nuevo cambio es la de apagar el motor cuanto levantamos el pie del acelerador y dejar el coche ir en rueda libre hasta que pisemos de nuevo el acelerador o toquemos el freno. Además, cuenta con un nuevo sistema de recuperación de energía cinética de la frenada.

    Nota de prensa, en inglés
    Innovation workshop 2014:
    Volkswagen systematically targets sustainability and networking

    Drive systems such as the first 10-speed DSG reduce fuel consumption and emissions

    New Volkswagen hardware and software network the car with the online world

    The latest innovations by Volkswagen:

    1. Mild hybrid – shuts off the TSI/TDI when it is not being used.
    2. Stop-start 2.0 – engine shuts off at speeds under 7 km/h.
    3. 2.0 TDI with 240 PS* – bi-turbo Passat consumes 5.3 l/100 km.
    4. 2.0 TDI with 272 PS – bi-turbo plus electric booster.
    5. 10-speed DSG – new automatic for engines with up to 550 Nm of torque.
    6. Lightweight design with lightweight panels – sandwich construction from motorsport
    7. Infrared-reflecting dashboard – pigments that reject heat.
    8. Low-E glass sunroof – oxide film blocks infrared radiation.
    9. Range manager – maximum range in Auto mode.
    10. Air conditioning in electric cars – need-based and extremely efficient
    11. Volkswagen Car-Net – brings online services into the car.
    12. «Security & Service» – always informed about vehicle status.
    13. App Connect – welcome to «Apple CarPlay» and «Android Auto».
    14. Volkswagen Media Control – tablet control via app in the car
    15. Predictive navigation – the first navigation system that «learns».
    16. Personalisation – individual settings at all times.
    17. Easy Open – open sesame 2.0.
    18. Easy Close – the Passat Estate now closes automatically.

    – Today, the hunt for every gram of CO2, every drop of fuel, every kilowatt of power that can be saved is one of the key challenges faced by the automotive industry. The objective is to drive into the future more sustainably than ever. Volkswagen AG has set the goal of becoming the world’s most sustainable carmaker by the year 2018. Compared to baseline figures for 2010, the Group wants to reduce energy and water consumption, waste generation and emissions (including CO2 emissions) by 25 per cent in all of its business areas. The company is applying all of its innovative carmaking know-how to achieve this sustainability gain within the four years remaining until 2018.

    CO2 reduction. In its products, Volkswagen – the highest volume brand of the Group – is counting on electric mobility (zero-emission and plug-in hybrid models), on continually more fuel-efficient combustion engines and gearboxes, progressive lightweight design, pioneering aerodynamics and efficiency in every conceivable area. Volkswagen is now presenting to the international media, in the framework of an Innovation Workshop, its latest technologies for reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions – which include the world’s first 10-speed dual-clutch gearbox (DSG) – at the Ehra-Lessien test track facility near Wolfsburg.

    Networking. Along with the drive systems, automotive infotainment systems are also changing faster than ever, because the vehicle and the Internet are growing and merging together. In this context, Matthias Wissmann, President of the German Association of Automobile Manufacturers (Verband der Automobilindustrie, VDA), speaks of a «revolution in the car». And in fact today’s hardware and software enable numerous online services and bring, step by step, the apps of smart phones into the vehicle. But that too poses a challenge. Because the new possibilities must be meaningfully and safely integrated into the world of mobility. Europe’s largest carmaker is implementing precisely this in its new infotainment systems and software solutions, which still remain intuitive despite their wide variety of functional content. At Ehra-Lessien, Volkswagen is also presenting the latest apps for networking the vehicle with the online world and other interactive convenience systems – including the first self-learning navigation system.

    CO2 reduction

    Think Blue. Engineering. The great potential of the Volkswagen sustainability strategy «Think Blue. Engineering.» is reflected in the latest innovations with which the company is further reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Background: the «Technical Development (TE)» department at Volkswagen addresses sustainability issues early on in the context of product development. In pursuing this strategy, «Technical Development» is making a significant contribution towards climate protection, resource preservation and health. It has set the goal of reducing waste materials, emissions, water usage and CO2 emissions by 25 per cent (compared to 2010 figures) by 2018. Based on «Think Blue. Engineering.» each new product should also be developed to embody exhibit environmental properties – over its entire product life cycle – which are better than in the previous model.

    Mild hybrid – stop-start 2.0 and coasting with engine off. The start-stop 2.0 system does not just deactivate the engine when the car is stationary at a red light; rather it already deactivates the engine at speeds below 7 km/h. In coasting with engine off (special coasting function), the engine is also shut off at higher speeds as soon as the driver releases the accelerator pedal. This can significantly improve fuel economy when the driver adopts an anticipatory style of driving. In addition, mild hybrid systems developed by Volkswagen enable energy recovery in braking phases; productive use of this energy results in further fuel economy benefits. The engine is always restarted extremely comfortably. This makes saving fun.

    High-performance engines. New high-tech engines such as the 240-PS bi-turbo diesel (176 kW) of the recently revealed Passat also make saving a pleasure. With a power density of 120 PS per litre displacement, it is the most powerful of any four-cylinder TDI that has ever been put into production. The fuel consumption of the saloon – which has a top speed of 240 km/h – is a low 5.3 l/100 km. An intelligent advanced development of this TDI might take the following form: the power of the two-litre engine could be increased to 200 kW / 272 PS by the use of a variable valve train, further optimised gas exchange cycles and what is known as an electric booster.

    10-speed DSG: Since the first Volkswagen dual-clutch gearbox was introduced (2003), the DSG has developed into an international success. The reasons are obvious: no other automatic shifts faster, and no other automatic operates more fuel-efficiently. Now Volkswagen is presenting a newly developed 10-speed DSG for engines with up to 550 Nm of torque. The highly efficient layout of its gear steps contributes towards further lowering of CO2 emissions.

    Progressive detailed solutions. It is the sum of progress made in all disciplines that advances Volkswagen closer to its goals for 2018 – item by item. Consider the area of lightweight design: Here, the company has just adapted a sandwich construction method – two steel cover layers and a middle polymer-thermoplastic layer – from low-volume to high-volume production. The «technology donor» in this case is the street version of the Polo R WRC (in 2014, Volkswagen won the rally world championship for the second consecutive time with the racing version of this car). New systems such as the extremely thin oxide film that is vapour deposited on the low-E glass sunroof, making it infrared-reflecting, a dashboard that also reflects infrared light (both developments reduce the cooling load of the air conditioner), a range manager for electric vehicles (for optimal use of the energy stored in the battery) and need-based and extremely efficient air conditioning (also for zero-emission models such as the e-up! and e-Golf) are equally important in ensuring that fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are further reduced.


    Integration of consumer electronics. In parallel to the theme of sustainability, Volkswagen is also driving the integration of maximum interactivity in all vehicle classes, which achieves a new dimension in comfort and convenience. In the process, the car is becoming increasingly better networked with the communication world of consumer electronics. That is because more apps and online services than ever can now be used via the modular infotainment system (MIB) and Volkswagen Car-Net. The new hardware and software will change everyday life in the automobile fundamentally.

    Apps and vehicle are merging. The applications of Volkswagen Car-Net are generating gains in safety, comfort and convenience. Take the functions of «Security & Service», which let users view vehicle data over the internet. Users might use them to check fuel and washer fluid levels before heading out on a trip, for instance.

    Apple und Android in the Volkswagen. After the initial use of MirrorLink™ in the Polo and Passat, Volkswagen continues to further develop the integration of smart phones. Volkswagen is combining interfaces to a wide variety of operating systems of mobile phones, and thus also to the MirrorLink™ apps, under «App Connect», because soon it will be possible to link nearly all smart phones to the infotainment system via «Apple CarPlay» and «Android Auto».

    Media Control. The «Media Control» system that was introduced in the new Passat links tablets of all types into the matrix of infotainment systems for the first time. Rear passengers, in particular, can conveniently use their tablets to operate all key entertainment functions (radio and media), surf the Internet, view movies or send an address book entry to the infotainment system as a destination for navigation. It is also easy to find addresses by Google search and integrate them into navigation. Volkswagen is showing how future networking of tablet and car might look in a concept vehicle. Here, videos can be played back in parallel on all tablets in the vehicle – regardless of their physical source. Not only can the sound be reproduced on headphones, but also lip-synchronous over the vehicle loudspeakers. As mentioned, any device connected to the WiFi network of the Volkswagen can serve as a source, because the memory location of the media no longer plays a role in the selection process.

    Interactive systems. At Ehra-Lessien, Volkswagen is showing, for the first time, a prototype of a predictive, i.e. self-programming, navigation system. It «takes note» of the routes that the driver prefers without having to activate navigation first. Typical routes, such as the commute to work, are then automatically scanned – for traffic problems, for instance – without the driver having to start the navigation process. In addition, the system integrates information about the route most likely to be driven into the operating and charging strategy of a plug-in hybrid drive. Another example of the car that «thinks with the driver» is the «Easy Close» function introduced with the new Passat Estate. Here, the boot lid closes as soon as the person with the Passat key moves away from it; the car is also automatically locked.

    Perfect settings automatically. Innovative progress has also been made in the area of personalisation. From now on, it will be possible to further customise the personalised settings in a vehicle. These settings will be stored in user accounts for individual drivers. When the car is opened, they are automatically activated individually for the specific driver, and they are clearly displayed. This eliminates the need to repeatedly readjust the seat, mirrors, radio stations and driver assistance systems. Over the long term, it will even be possible to port these settings to another Volkswagen. This is portable progress on the go.

    [i]*Passat 2.0 TDI BMT 176 kW – Fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 5.3 / urban 6.4 / extra urban 4.6; CO2 emissions combined in g/km: 139; efficiency class: B

    TDI, TSI and DSG are registered trademarks of Volkswagen AG or other companies of the Volkswagen Group in Germany and other countries.
    Features and technical data for production models apply to models offered in Germany. They may differ in other countries.[/i]


    hale, y así muere el 3.0 V6. imagino que ahora el 2.0 TDI llegará a los coches de la gama a los que aún no llega, es decir, A7, A8, Q7 y Touareg (el R8 va a parte, claro).


    El 3.0 V6 TDi no puede morir, o no creo que muera, probablemente se quede por encima de 300cv con el turbo electrico, si es que en Audi deciden prescindir de todas las versiones del V6 TDi

    Pero hasta que llegue la versión esa, puede tardar algun que otro año…


    [size size=150]Audi quiere los nombres Q2 y Q4[/size]
    Para completar la gama SUV, Audi necesita esos 2 nombres, pero resulta que FCA los usa en Maserati (antes en Alfa) para designar el tipo de tracción de sus coches, lo que crea un problema. Los italoamericanos no quieren desprenderse de esa nomenclatura, o no tan facilmente.

    Supongo que por eso apareció el concept del TT en versión SUV, que iria destinado al segmento del hipotetico Q4, ero como ahora mismo no puede usar esa nomenclatura…

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